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2020 awards and end-of-season letter

With the final round of football for 2020 completed, we take this opportunity to thank you for your support and understanding through what has been a challenging and unprecedented season.

We should be very proud of our boys. They have competed with fierce determination and commitment, whilst …

Position vacant: Marist Football webmaster

Are you interested in learning new skills and contributing to the behind-the-scenes operation of our club? Marist Football is looking for a webmaster to run our website and email systems, taking over from Patrick O'Neill as his son Joseph finishes Year 12 at the end of 2020.

This role will suit …

Stage 3 Return to Play Plan

All players, parents and coaches, including visitors to Marist College, must adhere to the Stage 3 Return to Play Plan.

The Plan outlines the behaviour required at Marist College venues during the season, including access and departure routes.

Adherence to the Plan will help to ensure the …

Return to Training Plan

Our post-Covid Return to Training Plan has been approved by Marist College on 1 June 2020.

Players, parents and coaches should pay careful attention to the details outlined in the Plan, as the 2020 season 'reboots' with the beginning of training. The plan has details of the training schedule and …

Marist Football now has a secure website

Marist Canberra Football Club has a new Internet Service Provider, and now has a secure website (with https:// at the start of our URL). We also have new email systems that are being bedded down. We apologise if you have tried to email us in the last fortnight and not received a reply: please try …

The Marist spirit for parents and players

Here is what we ask of parents and boys on Marist teams. These things create a great team:

  1. Never question the referee's decision and never yell anything negative towards the referee. If there is a serious issue with the refereeing, the coach will have a discussion with them.
  2. Only ever offer …

Information for Sporting Club Volunteers

Marist College implementation of the Working With Vulnerable People (Background Checking) Act 2011:

Information For Sporting Club Volunteers

Rebel Sport scheme pays dividends

Rebel Sport scheme pays dividends

Thanks to all players and parents who used the Rebel Sport Support your Sport scheme in 2013. From the credits accumulated through the scheme last year, Marist Canberra Football Club will be able to replenish some of our equipment for 2014, in particular to …

Please note that the scheme will continue in 2014. All you need to do to participate (online or at the local store) is join the Rebel Season Pass loyalty program. Then, every time you purchase anything at Rebel Sport, remember to swipe your rebel Season Pass , and the club will start accumulating …

Working with Vulnerable People Registration

Parents who intend to be involved with the club this year in any capacity, such as coach, manager, etc, will be required to comply with the ACT Government's new requirements for Working with Vulnerable People Registration. Please see our relevant policy for further detail.

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